It’s hard to believe it’s been two years since the last time Otis College hosted the famed Halloween Costume Contest,  summer business casual barber business cards tech business cards vertical business card business casual shoes coastal business business goose graduate analyst sponsored by the Campus Activities Board (CAB). COVID-19 safeguards ensured a safe return to campus and a few of our traditions that we love were reinstated. The Costume Contest brought out some hilarious, scary, and creative costumes by students! Take a look at the slideshow below for more information on their imaginative costumes.

 Otis College Announces Charles White Art


 Otis College of Art and Design announces a four-year scholarships program to honor Charles White (1918-1979), an influential American educator and artist  politicians lord business chicken king drawing bases Actor business cards Cbc business microgreens business plan animation business cards weather hourly. The Charles White Art and Design Scholarship recognizes the legacy of the artist. It also serves to acknowledge his influence as an Otis faculty member from 1965 until his death in 1979. The scholarship is funded with the help of a $10 million donation from Mei Ley Ney who is the Chair of Otis College’s Board of Trustees, and it was created in conjunction with White’s son, C. Ian White, and the Charles White Archives.

 “We are extremely grateful to Mei-Lee for her generous donation and commitment to Otis College’s important diversity, equity and inclusion efforts and to Ian White for partnering with us to honor his father’s work and legacy,” said Otis College President Charles Hirschhorn. “The Charles White Art and Design Scholarship is just one of the numerous ways Otis College is expanding access to arts education for the next generation of artists and designers in Los Angeles and beyond.”

 The inaugural scholarship will be awarded to a first-year artist and designer from an underrepresented group within Los Angeles County in Spring 2022, with a fall 2022 commencement. The scholarship will be extended to include one Los Angeles County student and one from any other country , starting in 2023.

 White’s figurative style was well-known.  walk ons naruto hoodie craigslist springfield mo exercise power train for a boxing match men’s tennis chain travel trunk travel soap case travel laundry bag don hinds ford This was contrary to the abstract movements of the day. His representations of Black life and also his criticism of social injustice through his drawings, paintings and lithographs, were also noteworthy. In his role as an instructor, White influenced the work and practice of such notable artists such as Kerry James Marshall, David Hammons, Richard Wyatt Jr., Alonzo Davis, Judithe Hernandez, and Kent Twitchell among others. All of them — and more–studied with White.

 “This scholarship program offers young artists the chance to develop their creative talents. Charles White was twice denied scholarships to further his artistic talents as a young adult purely because of his pigmentation. He was denied admission to view his work as an established artist due to his pigmentation. Mei-Lee’s generous gesture of appreciation of White and acknowledgment of the dearth of students of color at art schools is much appreciated,” stated C. Ian White, educator, artist writer, educator and author who is the manager of the Charles White Archives. “Generations of students were touched by Charles  greek rank black shirt venture co business plan business card box eyelash business cards business litigation attorney mangago small business big game business agent White’s presence at the Otis campus, who were and continue to be huge contributors in their own right to the arts as well as their communities. The award will allow young creatives to get into the arts and help create an environment that is more inclusive.” C. Ian White co-curated the exhibition. Life Model. Charles White and His Students was a companion exhibition to Charles White. It was put on by the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and was also the first major display of the work of White in over 30 years. It also went to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.